I know there are always better ways to do things, so I'm hoping you all can help improve the tutorial.My goal is to make it easy and clear enough for someone who's never used a Pi or Linux before.The SDH-B73040 comes with a 1TB Seagate® hard drive allowing you to store hours of video.
What you'll need:- A display with an HDMI input, preferably 1080p.- A Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi 2 ()- A 4 GB SD (for Pi) or 4 GB Micro SD (for Pi 2)- A quality USB Power Adapter that is rated at least 1 Amp, best to get one that can do 2 or 2.5A.- An HDMI cable to connect from the Pi to the display.- A supported Wi Fi dongle or a network cable (wired is always better)- A case for the Pi (optional)- A USB keyboard (temporary, used during config)- A computer with an SD card reader (temporary, used during config)- A Uni Fi Video NVR Running the latest software, and at least 4 Cameras If you don't already own a Raspberry Pi, the Pi and Pi 2 MSRP is the same.
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